A friend told us about this place. They had been there and thought we would enjoy it. The restaurant is in a ski resort so the setting is very rustic. There was a huge fireplace with real wood burning when we got there. Thankfully we were not too close to the fireplace. Every so often the log would pop very loudly. The place was also very dark. I'm getting old and I would like a bit more light so that I can read the menu.
We were greeted by our waiter and he explained the menu. He explained the entrees were all small and like tapas. He also said the average person orders 3-5 entrees. Doesn't sound too bad till you see that the prices are similar to what other restaurants charge for larger entrees. On the plus side the food was really good. I had 3 entrees plus desert and that was plenty.
They made a point to mention that they had just gotten a chef from Belgium who specialized in making cheese. The entrees with cheese that I did had were all very good. My favorite, the burgatta (sp?) was not made in house, but all the others were. The desert was also very good and just the right size.
As others have mentioned, the service was excellent. The waiter didn't hover over you but showed up when they needed to. Just the way it should be.
The only reason I gave it only 4 stars is because I thought the value, what you get for what you pay, is not that great.
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